[blindreplay] Re: Replay Music (changed)

  • From: "Bill Holton" <biho@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 17:26:42 -0400

Are you using Replay AV or Replay Radio.  I think there is a big difference in 
these two.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Marlaina Lieberg 
  To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 6:18 PM
  Subject: [blindreplay] Re: Replay Music (changed)


  Hi Petro.

  Well, Pandora Radio has big gaps but still all I ever got was one long long 
track.  I'll look around for other services that might work.  Thanks for all 
the help.

  marlaina
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx 
    To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 1:08 PM
    Subject: [blindreplay] Re: Replay Music (changed)


    The key is to find audio streams or services that play music
    songs with silence (gaps) between each song they play. XM and
    Sirius do not do this gap between each song too much. XM is not
    made for Replay Music to record from.

    You first must load Replay Music then open or go to whatever
    service or stream and start up that stream servic or stream.

    That is start RM and minimize it and then open the source you
    want to record and start that stream or service.

    Once the stream has started go back to Replay Music program and
    tab to the listview listbox. Examine that box for a few minutes.
    When the first song is over you will see the track listed and
    titled for you. 

    When the second song starts it will do the same. Split the song
    and name it for you. No software is perfect in naming the artist
    and song title for you 100 percent.

    Best of all is RM does not record your screen reader's speech
    but you will have to hear the music when RM is recording through
    speakers.

    Another thing is you must close any other Replay software that
    is running in the background. This is the case for me and I
    think I read this over 2 years ago in the user guide.

    The software is to be used for personal use. All information
    here are mine.      
      
    Let us know how it goes.

    Petro          
    --- Marlaina Lieberg <marlaina@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

    > No no I have it working, the problem is it doesn't work for
    > me.  I mean it won't split tracks, and it won't ever identify
    > artists.  I tried it on xm, but of course it didn't work there
    > so I tried it on pandora and even though they had lovely
    > splits, it didn't work there either.  I've got it installed,
    > set up and ready to go with no need for sighted help, but it's
    > not working so I'm obviously doing something really wrong.  
    > 
    > marlaina
    >   ----- Original Message ----- 
    >   From: petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx 
    >   To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    >   Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 11:49 AM
    >   Subject: [blindreplay] Re: Replay Music (changed)
    > 
    > 
    >   Hi
    >   Replay Music is accessible with JAWS. I have it. The only
    > place
    >   one may have trouble is with the Settings button which takes
    > you
    >   into the settings dialog area where you have to use the JAWS
    >   cursor most of the time. Once you set it up the way you want
    > you
    >   do not have to go to the settings area again. 
    > 
    >   Some tips:
    > 
    >   Leave the bit rate at 128 kbps. Do not change it.
    > 
    >   There has not been a new version of Replay Music for a long
    >   period because its solid product. But just in case a new
    > version
    >   comes out you must UNINSTALL Replay Music first, restart
    > your
    >   PC, then install the new version.
    > 
    >   I was told this by Applian Tech over 2 1/2 years ago.
    > 
    >   The software works great with audio streams that have gaps
    >   between each song that is played. As long as there is some
    >   silence between the songs/tracks it will not only split each
    >   song for you but also name each track/song for you with
    > artist
    >   name, album and so on using grace note service.
    > 
    > 
    >   Applian has a list of services that you can try like Yahoo
    >   Launchcast for example. 
    >   I don't remember how the install went but I know you can
    > handle
    >   this.
    > 
    > 
    >   You can get your sighted husband to be around when you do
    > the
    >   install or if some part of the settings dialog box is
    > difficult
    >   with Window Eyes. Again good JAWS users will be able to
    > figure
    >   out the dialog box.  
    > 
    >   I got them to fix the register feature as you could not
    > enter
    >   the product key back then.
    > 
    >   I have not tested with the very latest version of JAWS but
    > if
    >   any of you want me to check it let me know.
    > 
    >   If you want a mp3 recording let me know also. To show you
    > the
    >   interface of RM. Maybe I can do a recording on Sunday.   
    > 
    >   Let us know how it goes.
    > 
    >   Petro                      
    >   --- Marlaina Lieberg <marlaina@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
    > 
    >   > With Window Eyes, most is very accessible.  I've not tried
    > the
    >   > add a new show any way other than manually, well except
    > for
    >   > when I'm in the media guide, then it all pops in
    >   > automatically, but this is a really nice piece of
    > software.  I
    >   > wish that replay music would do what I want it to do.  Is
    > this
    >   > a place to ask about that as well, or only a v?
    >   > 
    >   > Marlaina
    >   >   ----- Original Message ----- 
    >   >   From: petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx 
    >   >   To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    >   >   Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 8:22 AM
    >   >   Subject: [blindreplay] New mp3 recording for you
    >   > 
    >   > 
    >   >   I did a 1 hour mp3 recording for you all. I think all of
    > you
    >   > can
    >   >   gain something from this recording. Just listen to it
    > when
    >   > you
    >   >   have time. You can download the file to your hard drive
    >   > first
    >   >   and then listen to it.
    >   > 
    >   >   I explain the "Enter New Show" and some other basic
    > things.
    >   > You
    >   >   definitely do not need the JAWS cursor here.
    >   > 
    >   >   The link is:
    >   > 
    >   >   http://www.applian.com/Podcasts/34-enter-new-show.mp3
    >   > 
    >   >   Best I can do.
    >   >   Petro          
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